Source:Soundboard Lineage:Soundboard cassette-> Reel-> DAT-> CDR-> .WAV-> SHN-> WAV-> SF 5.0 (retrack, d/o fixes)-> CD WAVE-> SHN Keywords:Live concert
Alabama Getaway-> Promised Land, They Love Each Other, Mama Tried-> Mexicali Blues, Loser-> Little Red Rooster, Brown Eyed Women, Looks Like Rain, Peggy-O, Samson & Delilah Far From Me-> Scarlet Begonias-> Fire On The Mountain-> Estimated Prophet-> Drums*-> The Other One**-> Not Fade Away**-> Wharf Rat**-> Good Lovin'**, E: Satisfaction**-> E: Brokedown Palace**
Soundboard cassette-> Reel-> DAT-> CDR-> .WAV-> SHN-> WAV-> SF 5.0 (retrack, d/o fixes)-> CD WAVE-> SHN, by Skankweed; Retrack/fix of previously circulating version (Merry Pranksters tree, apparently not listed here yet)
Scarlet->Fire might be the best I've ever heard. No joke. Never thought 1982 GD could kick my ass this hard!
August 10, 2010 Subject:
At one of these two '82 Alpine Valley shows, John Cipollina came out and played with the Dead at the end of the second set. I suppose that is what the double asterisks are indicating here? Anyway, I was convinced Jerry had somehow manage to animate his shadow. Cipollina's position on stage, his physique, his guitaring, and his spirit were all consistent with my misperception. It was a very cool effect.
September 10, 2008 Subject:
The playing is a great example of the Dead at their best during this period. A clean transfer, but it's a shame the bass is missing in action.
August 8, 2008 Subject:
This "IS" the Grateful Dead
Well kids this is the Dead.Have the best of the best at all times...
Love this show,rock on Bro.
uncle Dav's still in love.
peace and lots of love you grovin cats and dirty dogs.
latr on the funway
I'm usually not a huge fan of this era, but I love this set-list. Jerry's voice was a little tired, but his playing was top notch. Sick scarlet-fire, I'm on a Brokedown Palace kick right now too, what a song to end the night on!
Awesome Scarlet to FIRE, one of the best i've heard. and Jerry is tearin' it up the whole time. Nice quality too!
May 25, 2005 Subject:
Definitely one of my favorite shows
Jerry is on fire tonight. In fact, it seems he was pretty consistent during this summer. Other notable shows by Jerry (his own band) are 6/26/82 and 6/16/82 (Music Mountain).
The great thing with this seed is that Peggy-O is fixed. Loser is still cut - not the complete song.
Regardless, Jerry really is rockin-and-rollin. The transition between Scarlet Begonias and Fire is phenomenal. Jerry was really practicing the guitar quite a bit and it shows of in his improvisational ability and extended solos this night.